"Glorijet", the round colonnade of clasicist form was built in 1809, honouring the French marshal Marmont.
The town of Trogir was shortly occupied by the French army, it had happened at the end of the 17th century.
Cipiko Palace, the most beautiful medieval house of the old town, stands right opposite to the cathedral. The alone palace is actually complex from the higher building with time joined to the unique completeness.
The Vitturi Tower is very well preserved. It dates from the 13th century and was a part of a thick defending city walls. The tower is situated on the southern side of the old town, towards the island of Ciovo.
Just across from the Riva, you'll see the island of Ciovo, a quaint place that provides excellent views across the Trogir Channel to Trogir's medieval town. I only walked along the waterfront of Ciovo, so I can't tell you much more than that.
Another obvious off the beaten path locale is, of course, Split. I think most people who visit Trogir are probable based in Split as I was. The bus will take you to the bus station just across a tiny bridge from the northern entrance to Trogir's medieval town.
Trogir is full of charming little galleries. This was funny for me to see since I took a stroll down the street at 23 00 pm (was in the plane and on the road all day and needed fresh air) and peeked into this dark alley - the movement sensors switched on the lights and I got scared of the cock! :)